Filming for Arcadia begins soon and you'll have a front row seat — and backstage pass – to history in the making.
In just a few weeks, we'll be on the road with famed collector Jon Torrence as he prepares to share his collection of coin-op rarities with the public — at auction. Curated by Jon Torrence, this never-seen-before collection features coin-op games and amusements from the 1890s through the 1970s.
The shoot begins in Southern California at the Torrence estate and ends at world-renowned auction house Morphy Auctions in Las Vegas on auction day: January 27.
“We’re thrilled to be working with Jon Torrence and Morphy Auctions to capture this landmark event. We’re just as excited to capture Jon’s personal story, as well. He’s a dynamite entrepreneur who made his fortune in the coin-op business. We can’t wait for him to tell his story on film,” says Arcadia director Zach Weddington.
"I'm thrilled to be a part of the Arcadia film and sharing my story," says Torrence. "It is also an everlasting opportunity to document my collection in this moment of time to enjoy forever. This collection is one of the great loves of my life and there is no better way to pay it forward than to share it with the world."
We'll be sharing behind-the-scenes tidbits on Facebook and Instagram.